What's New?

Archive: 2014-2018 | 2012-2013 | 2007-2011 | 2005-2006 | 2003-2004 | 2001-2002

Here's a list of the main changes I've made to the site, from newest to oldest. For changes to the software, see the version history.

16th November 2004
  • Stella 2.8.7 released! See the version history for a list of all changes.

28th October 2004
  • Stella 2.8.6 released! See the version history for a list of all changes.

3rd August 2004
  • Added this amazing model by Piotr Pawlikowski to the Users' Models page.

18th July 2004
  • Stella 2.8.5 released! See the version history for a list of all changes.

22th June 2004
  • Updated Enumeration page to include enumeration of stellations using Miller's rules, in addition to enumeration of fully-supported stellations. Many of these results are previously unpublished.

20th June 2004
  • The web site has moved!
    The link I try to promote (www.software3d.com) will still forward you to the right place, as it always will, but the actual web site has changed from the old http://home.connexus.net.au/~robandfi to the new http://web.aanet.com.au/robertw.
    Please update your links! For example:
    http://home.connexus.net.au/~robandfi/Stella.html =>> http://www.software3d.com/Stella.php
  • Stella 2.8.4 released! Now refers to the new web site, and is able to automatically check for new versions of the software if you have an internet connection. See the version history for a list of all changes.
  • Added the Contact page to make it easier for people to contact me.

26th April 2004
  • Stella 2.8.3 released! The special colour arrangements had stopped working. Fixed now. See the version history for a list of changes.

10th April 2004

5th April 2004
  • Stella 2.8.2 released! Just a minor upgrade to fix one or two little things. See the version history for a list of changes.

1st April 2004
  • Stella 2.8 released! Display of face angles in nets, improved colouring schemes, improved support for models with 4 or more faces at some edges, and much more. See the version history for a full list of changes.

29th March 2004

15th December 2003
  • Stella appeared at the MAV conference recently. See some photos here.

1st December 2003
  • Stella 2.7 released! Vertex figures are much improved, mitre angles can be displayed, and various bugs were fixed. See the version history for a full list of changes.

6th July 2003
  • MineSweeper3D released! I have just released a 3D version of the popular Minesweeper game. It's where Minesweeper meets polyhedra, and is even more addictive than the original! Click here for details.

6th June 2003
  • Stella 2.6.1 released! Now hidden faces are not exported to 3D formats (eg VRML). See the version history for a full list of changes.

3rd June 2003
  • Stella 2.6 released! You can now delete one component from a compound, and lock the orientation and zoom together between all 3D views. See the version history for a full list of changes.

23rd May 2003
  • Added this amazing models from Alex Doskey to the Users' Models page. It was built using a stereolithograph machine.

9th April 2003
  • Stella 2.5 released! Now stellation cell lines can be displayed on all faces of a model, and even printed on the nets, in case you want to make a model showing where the stellation cells are. See the version history for a full list of changes.
  • Added three more amazing models from Piotr Pawlikowski to the Users' Models page.

28th March 2003
  • Maurice Starck completed a French translation of my published paper about Great Stella and all things polyhedral. Click here for the French version. Click here for the English version.

28th February 2003
  • Added page of quotes from customers about Great Stella.

24th February 2003

11th February 2003
  • Stella 2.4.5 released! Now the demo version will let you print nets for the Platonic solids.

4th February 2003
  • Stella makes a television appearance on Australia's Today show! Click here to see stills.

3rd February 2003

20th January 2003

 

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